Definition of disparateness in English:

disparateness

noun

See disparate

  • ‘But as any music critic will tell you, diversity and disparateness doesn't equal interesting stories.’
  • ‘That Arthur's individuality emerges from the very disparateness of his internal ‘geography’ seems at odds with a concept of individuality that would emerge from within Williams's knowable community.’
  • ‘This is not helped by the rather haphazard arrangement of images in the catalogue, edited by the show's curator, Jan Marsh, who admits that its disparateness is both a strength and weakness.’
  • ‘Its disparateness is strongly confirmed by a household sample survey conducted by the council.’
  • ‘The disparateness of Euripides' theatrical imagination plays to that expectation.’